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Edging the bright lights of Broadway and the calm of Bryant Park, it is a legendary New York landmark reborn.
The Knickerbocker is a haven of refined elegance, created by John Jacob Astor in 1906 and now reimagined into a sophisticated urban sanctuary mere blocks from Fifth Avenue, MoMA, Rockefeller Center and Central Park. Here is where famed Italian tenor Enrico Caruso and renowned American playwright George M. Cohan made their homes, and where names like Rockefeller and Fitzgerald gathered in what was once known as the 42nd Street Country Club.
The Hotel welcomes guests of all abilities. Our property descriptions aim to allow any visitor to make an informed decision on whether the hotel is an appropriate choice for their needs. For more information, please see our Accessibility Statement (https://theknickerbocker.com/ada-accessibility-statement/).
Filled with fabled legends, The Knickerbocker once played host to legendary political bigwigs, actresses, oil tycoons and sports figures—and it’s rumored the martini was invented here in the hotel. While historic details like the hotel’s gorgeous Beaux-Arts facade remain unchanged, a soothing new luxury aesthetic is offered within.
The stunning transformation of this treasured Manhattan monument invites discerning travelers to discover 330 luxe guestrooms and suites boasting incredible views and bespoke furnishings.
An air of posh authenticity embraces New York City’s premier luxury lifestyle hotel with cuisine by Charlie Palmer, style by dyptique and a robust fitness program curated by New York Knicks star Larry Johnson.
Join master chef Charlie Palmer on a culinary tour of Charlie Palmer at The Knick and Jake’s @ the Knick.
The dazzling culinary experience at The Knick is led by Master Chef Charlie Palmer. Guided by a passion for market-driven ingredients and vibrant, unexpected flavors, Palmer adds unique twists to his critically acclaimed American cooking to create unrivaled dining options here at this luxury hotel in New York City.
From the artisanal cafe fare at the lobby-level Jake’s Cafe to the hotel’s signature American cuisine served at Charlie Palmer at The Knick to the perfectly balanced lounge menu and handcrafted cocktails on offer at the magnificent St. Cloud rooftop bar, both visitors and locals discover the legendary hospitality that made The Knickerbocker the most iconic of all Manhattan hotels.
The Knickerbocker Hotel opened its doors on October 23rd, 1906 and quickly became the...
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From families to first-time visitors to extended holiday travelers, our premier offers help to complete a stay at The Knickerbocker. Inclusive breakfast, parking and extended-stay packages make staying here easy and hassle free, and ensure that the only thing our guests need to focus on is coloring their trip with unforgettable experiences near Times Square and Bryant Park.